All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

– Shoestring Players

Shoestring returns!

Best of Fest – Winnipeg Free Press
4 STARS: Quilters/The Dining Room/Mr. Flannery’s Ocean/Graceland

Meet Cinderella’s pig, find that perfect tombstone and deal with that scary stuff lurking in the sink! All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten is a look at what is profound in everyday life from childhood whimsy to old age wisdom. These stories and songs are more than just a series of events, they celebrate our very existence. From classroom to care home, Shoestring ties it all together brilliantly to reflect a little light onto what is already inside us all! Theatrical storytelling at its best!

Based on the books of Robert Fulghum

8 thoughts on “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

  1. Do not miss this play about life’s lessons. Well scripted, acted and sung. If you are a millennial, you will be entertained but some vignettes may leave you puzzled yet curious. If you are older you will recognize yourself, family, friends in familiar situations, with struggles and joy.

  2. I really enjoyed this funny, poignant reflection on life’s journey as we age, energetically performed by this talented group of local artists. Go and have fun and a beverage as well!

  3. A delightful look into all the things we did learn in kindergarten and how they apply beautifully to all stages of our life. This play was well acted by a large cast and I was both smiling and laughing throughout. Well worth seeing !

  4. A most enjoyable jaunt into childish fun and adult empathy. A large cast performed well to bring their message across – some were apparently comparative beginners in acting, but everybody was full of energy and enthusiasm. Three and a half stars!

  5. I really enjoyed the show.. i thought it was very well done and the actors were great.. it was fun for all ages and i would go see it again… I encourage everyone to get out and see the show !!! Great job to all cast members

  6. A pleasant show. It was three stars for me, although I’d say the general audience reaction was more positive than that.

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